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Old   December 20, 2012, 04:54
Question Warning in ANSYS Meshing
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Hello everybody,

I`m new in ANSYS, when I mesh some geometry in the Ansys Meshing, there is a warning: "Inflation created stairstep mesh at the some locations". What the meaning of this warning? If I use this mesh on Fluent simulation, is there any effect about this warning to the result of simulation?

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Old   December 20, 2012, 06:37
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It is a way for the mesher to avoid collision of the mesh lines in for example narrow passages. You can choose layer compression instead of stair stepping if you want, and I think this is the standard if you have Fluent selected in the Solver Preference:

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